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When you’re overworked and overly reliant on electronics, you might fantasy about a relaxing cabin trip to connect with environment. We think Veliz Arquiett’s creative cocoons would be the ideal place to achieve precisely that. These unusual cottages are pictured in dramatic sceneries on a Cuban mountainous region, despite the fact that the proposal is not planned for building.
The cocoons were envisioned by Jorge Luis Veliz Quintana, the director of Veliz Arquiett, as brief sanctuaries for climbers or tourists who just would like a breathtaking perspective of environment. They’re made up of curving wooden lattices that are encased in layers of wood. This architectural integrity produces a natural appearance that appears to merge in with the generated scene’s muted colors.
The cabins are depicted near the brink of a hill, sitting on concrete slabs that lift them somewhat off the earth in the depiction. The platforms stretch out to create a huge terrace. Guests would find a restroom, a bed, and a kitchenette inside the cocoons. They’d supply all hikers would need to rejuvenate after a lengthy trip up the hill, despite their small size.
If you like this interesting cabin design, you might also like these biological houses, the Blackbird home, and other intriguing constructions designed to enjoy nature.
Veliz Arquiett envisions cocoon cabins in a tranquil Cuban mountainous region.